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Proverbs VII

  1. Don’t cross a bridge until you come to it.
    Deal with a situation when it happens and not unnecessarily worry about it in advance.
  1. Don’t judge a book by its cover.
    Just like you can’t form an opinion of a book just by looking at its cover, you can’t form an opinion about someone (or something) from their outward appearance.
  1. Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden eggs.
    If you kill a goose that lays golden eggs, you destroy something that makes lot of money for you.
  1. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.
    Don’t put all your effort into a single course of action, venture, investment, goal, or the like, because if it doesn’t work, you lose everything.
  1. Don’t put the cart before the horse.
    Do things in proper order. ‘Horse before the cart’ is the proper order, and not ‘cart before the horse’.
  1. Don’t throw the baby with the bathwater.
    Don’t discard something valuable while getting rid of something worthless.
  1. Early bird catches the worm.
    One who starts early on the work has higher chance of success.
  1. Easy come, easy go.
    You say this when you get something easily and then lose it as easily.
  1. Empty bags cannot stand upright.
    A poor or hungry person cannot discharge his duties well.
  1. Every cloud has a silver lining.
    Every bad or negative situation can result in some benefit to you. (The presence of silver lining means that the sun is behind the cloud and will eventually emerge.)
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